Robert Uggla takes over close to one fifth of Maersk Tankers from the family company

Robert Uggla's personal company a few days ago took over ownership of close to one-fifth of Maersk Tankers, which has till now been owned 100 percent by the family's APM Holding.

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The second-oldest Maersk company now sees Robert Uggla joining its ownership as an independent stakeholder.

Through Uggla's personal company, Agata ApS, he now owns between 20 to 24.99 percent of Maersk Tankers. Previously, Maersk Tankers was owned 100 percent by APM Holding, the Mærsk family's holding company, show the Danish corporate registry.

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